Kim Eierman interviews leading experts on environmental topics


Monarch Butterflies with Dr. Karen Oberhauser of the Monarch Lab

A leading expert on Monarchs, Dr. Karen Oberhauser, Director of the Monarch Lab at the University of Minnesota, shares the latest information on Monarch butterflies in this EcoBeneficial interview.  


Vernal Pools with John Anderson of Aton Forest

Vernal pools are critical ecosystems for some species, yet both are rapidly disappearing. Learn about these fragile systems in this EcoBeneficial interview. Kim Eierman talks with John Anderson, Executive Director of Aton Forest.


Stormwater Management with RainScapes

Keeping stormwater onsite is a best practice for any landscape. Join Kim Eierman from EcoBeneficial in this interview with Ann English, Director of the RainScapes Program, to get some tips.


Interview with Pat Drackett, Director of the Crosby Arborteum

The Crosby Arboretum in Picayune, Mississippi is the first fully realized public garden to be organized along ecological principles.  Kim Eierman interviews Pat Drackett, the Director of the Arboretum about this special place, full of threatened ecosystems and rare native plants.


Talking Native Seeds with Calvin Ernst

Hear why native seeds are not only good for the environment, but are good business too, as Kim Eierman talks with Calvin Ernst, President and Founder of Ernst Conservation Seeds.


Native Plant Research: Interview with George Coombs at the Mt. Cuba Center

Ever wonder which native plants and nativars might be most garden-worthy?  Kim Eierman talks with George Coombs, Research Horticulturist at the Mt Cuba Center about some of the most promising native perennials plants.